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Here are Friday night's high school football scores involving local teams.

Western KY
Graves County 38, Marshall County 6
Trigg County 20, Calloway County 7
Daviess County 33, Ohio County 22
Ft. Campbell 31, Barren County 7
Madisonville-North Hopkins 56, Apollo 28
McLean County 54, Webster County 6
Crittenden County 36, Fulton City 14
Franklin-Simpson 40, Hopkinsville 37 (2OT)
Henderson County 44, Owensboro 18
Union County 36, Hopkins County Central 15
Murray 48, Fulton County 6

West TN
Crockett County 42, Westview 12
Dyer County 20, Brighton 14
Dyersburg 27, South Gibson 7
Henry County 42, West Creek 28
Huntingdon 34, Dresden 6
Milan 49, Obion County Central 21
Peabody 31, Humboldt 14
Lake County 52, Gibson County 14
Joe Maddon has been hired as manager of the Cubs after the team fired Rick Renteria.

Chicago, without a World Series title since 1908, announced the hiring Friday about two hours after announcing the firing.

Maddon is to be introduced Monday at a news conference at a restaurant across the street from Wrigley Field.

Maty Mauk insists he's never doubted himself. The Missouri quarterback promises to get the offense back on track for the final month of the regular season.

Speaking of confidence, Kentucky just showed its commitment to second-year coach Mark Stoops. The Wildcats (5-3, 2-3 SEC) have more wins this year than the past two seasons combined and were competitive in a two-touchdown loss to top-ranked Mississippi State week.

Stoops is signed through 2019 for a total of $21.75 million.

Mauk threw for just 141 yards last week in a victory over Vanderbilt and completed just 11 of 23 passes, but threw for two touchdowns with no interceptions. Another positive sign was a season-best 58 yards rushing.

Maty Mauk insists he's never doubted himself. The Missouri quarterback promises to get the offense back on track for the final month of the regular season.

Speaking of confidence, Kentucky just showed its commitment to second-year coach Mark Stoops. The Wildcats (5-3, 2-3 SEC) have more wins this year than the past two seasons combined and were competitive in a two-touchdown loss to top-ranked Mississippi State week.

Stoops is signed through 2019 for a total of $21.75 million.

Mauk threw for just 141 yards last week in a victory over Vanderbilt and completed just 11 of 23 passes, but threw for two touchdowns with no interceptions. Another positive sign was a season-best 58 yards rushing.

Louisville has been looking forward to Thursday night's game against Florida State since it joined the ACC.

The Atlantic Coast Conference newcomers are looking forward to proving they can play with the best in the league. But to pull off the upset will be challenge for the Cardinals.

Both teams are coming off a bye week and the second-ranked Seminoles are determined to remain unbeaten.

It will be the first meeting between FSU (7-0, 4-0 ACC, No. 2 CFP) and Louisville (6-2, 4-2, No. 25 CFP) since Sept. 26, 2002, and the Cardinals beat a fourth-ranked Seminoles squad 26-20 in overtime. Another upset would create a seismic shift of the championship landscape.

The defending national champions haven't been as dominant this year, but have a nation-best 23 game winning streak.